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Oct 13, 2012 4:30pm EDT
agatime that only a man could afford in his professions, he signed on for the technologies, a manufacturer of ora quick, which is the very first at home rapid hiv test. in fact, he appeared to talk about this. >> look, doctors are already using this, so this is nothing like new. and the great thing about it, they have been using it for many, many years. and so now, it is just available to the public. and so it is great, because when you think about the fear factor, and you think about easterly detection can save your life, that is why i'm here 21 years, i found out early, jumped on it, took my meds, make sure, i still work out and make sure, i was comfortable with my new status. >> i'll tell you, in all of this, magic talked about people who engage in high risk behavior to get tested. but who exactly are the people who should get tested? will it make a difference overall, and how exactly will it make a difference. our expert, joining us, thank you for joining us. i know you have written a little bit about this. and you spent your entire career for really pushing for entire hiv
Oct 7, 2012 4:30am PDT
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